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  • Gundam Unicorn Build thumbnail

    Gundam Unicorn Build Gundam Unicorn Build

    This is my first gaming PC, my friend gave it to me a couple months ago and I've just been slowly upgrading it since. This is my first gaming PC, my friend gave it to me a couple months ago and I've just been slowly upgrading it since.
    $777.92
    David Y
  • Stock market machine thumbnail

    Stock market machine Stock market machine

    Built for stock market research on 3 screens Built for stock market research on 3 screens
    $629.93
    Aggieland Pc
  • LED Wall Wart thumbnail

    LED Wall Wart LED Wall Wart

    I game in the living room and wanted to show off the internals of a PCs. This case is perfect for doing a custom LED and... I game in the living room and wanted to show off the internals of a PCs. This case is perfect for doing a custom LED and Cooling setup and inspired the entire build being wall mounted for all my guests to see.
    $1,516.90
    corey z
  • Aurora Borealis thumbnail

    Aurora Borealis Aurora Borealis

    This was my first custom rig, built originally for light gaming, but morphed into a much more complex and powerful build... This was my first custom rig, built originally for light gaming, but morphed into a much more complex and powerful build (and more expensive) that I originally planned. I may have sacrificed a bit in performance for aesthetic, as water cooling and high-end RGB components are not cheap. I currently play games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, Monster Hunter: World, the Dishonored franchise, GTAV, and plan on getting Cyberpunk 2077 when it releases. I am in the process of upgrading my GPU from the 980ti to a RTX 2070 Super, and recently upgraded my monitors from a 24" LG 1080p 70Hz and Asus 27" 2k 60Hz to dual LG Ultragear 27" 144hz 1440p monitors. Sadly, with the GPU upgrade, I will be converting from water cooling to all air cooling, with plans to add an AIO CPU cooler down the road.
    $3,605.92
    mghemm
  • Gaming/VR Build thumbnail

    Gaming/VR Build Gaming/VR Build

    I built this rig for mostly gaming and VR, but it can do a lot more. I built this rig for mostly gaming and VR, but it can do a lot more.
    $2,301.84
    Goblin
  • The Ferret thumbnail

    The Ferret The Ferret

    My last PC was starting to show it's age a bit. The gtx 970 was a tank of a card but it was time to move on. I built this... My last PC was starting to show it's age a bit. The gtx 970 was a tank of a card but it was time to move on. I built this computer for gaming and and general tasks and the 2060 super, Ryzen 7 combo works real nice together. I'm not a content creator because I'm old and boring haha but if I was ever forced into doing it I feel very confident this could handle it well.
    $1,135.92
    Chris L
  • Molan Labe thumbnail

    Molan Labe Molan Labe

    I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a... I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a Thermal take case and just the Asus Board and Ryzen 3 2200g but then the PC building/ Customizing bug hit me and hit me hard. I attempted to customize the thermal take case but that wasn't going the direction I wanted so I searched for a case that better fit my need but also wasn't the same mainstream cases I was seeing all over the internet ie the Nzxt. Ifound the case on Amazon and purchased it although the case could be slightly better it really fits my needs and satisfied my need to see the computer while its operating. I added a RX570 graphics card and more hard drive space. Then over the early summer the need to upgrade was further intensified when my son wanted to build his first computer. So I made him a deal he could have the Ryzen 3 2200g when I could get a Ryzen 3 3300x. Well after a long wait I was able to secure one of the 3300X cpu's at micro center upon installing the new CPU I determined I would be adding a NVME drive to hold the one and only game I play. So that was added and a heat sink, that although isn't needed it looks really good under the CPU fan. PSU extension cables were added for purely looks and not for function. All the case fans are remote controlled for their respective LED effects and the Wraith Prism is controlled by the Cooler Master Software. To do it all over I would have definitely done far more research and possibly gone another route with the motherboard, and I would definitely say I should have opted for a different Graphic Card like a RX 580 or a 5700. But those are Items I can add or change at a later time. This was started as just a simple Web Browsing machine and morphed into something else entirely. I am looking at changing the fans to one that have PWM control as these are just simple fans that have no speed adjustment.
    $1,009.82
    William G
  • The First Build thumbnail

    The First Build The First Build

    I built it to do work and projects and do some light gaming such as Minecraft. I built it to do work and projects and do some light gaming such as Minecraft.
    $729.94
    Praveen P
  • Project Titan thumbnail

    Project Titan Project Titan

    Project Titan is a yellow and black themed Intel/Nividia build with RGB lighting, sleeved cables, all housed within a... Project Titan is a yellow and black themed Intel/Nividia build with RGB lighting, sleeved cables, all housed within a coolermaster h500p mesh in gunmetal grey. This build has been a work in progress for several years, and is finally at a point where I would call it "complete". Project Titan has been built up primarily for simulators, especially DCS and soon Microsoft Flight Simulator, but also all sorts of gaming. The build as it sits today has basically none of the parts it started out with back in 2012, but got here piece by piece over the years. It started out with an AMD Phenom II x4 and a 4870x2, which eventually got switched for an Intel 4930k setup paired with an RX 480 4gb, then a 1070 FE. Then I switched it up to a Z390 platform with a 9600k and 1080, and now it sits basically finished with an 8700k replacing the 9600k. If I could have done anything different, I would have probably gone with AMD back when I got my 9600k. Back then, I would have instead gone for a 2700x paired with an x470. This would have given me a better upgrade path moving forward. Alternatively, I should have waited a couple more months for the initial launch of Zen 2. I think I would have also gone with the Lian Li PC011 Dynamic rather than my H500P Mesh. I love the h500p mesh and its enormous cooling capabilities, but the aesthetics of the dynamic for only a small hit in cooling performance really cannot be beat. More recently, I would have held off on picking up my 8700k...the 9900k prices are dropping and I could have dropped $100 for the 9900k instead. For the future, there is a chance I will still be going for the 9900k if I can. That would be the end game for my z390 platform and would have me really getting my money's worth out of the investment in the platform. I also see the possibility of going for an Ampere card when the release, or perhaps a Turing card if the prices come down. Beyond that, I think my next major build is probably 2-3 years away. By then, I will likely sell my entire PC and start from scratch for the first time in many years. Thanks for reading!
    $1,880.91
    phantomknight321
  • WorkstationX thumbnail

    WorkstationX WorkstationX

    I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being... I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being too specific in a job. Tasks that will handle the most are graphical applications, coding, VM, 3D modeling and very little rendering (4 to 5 applications open and working together all the time is a must). I also use all the major OS’s and it needs to be versatily in that front. Currently not playing games but could always do in the future. ———— Applications that I use on a daily basis are: - Video editing (DaVinci, HitFilm) - Affinity (Photo, Designer) - Nuke/Fusion/Natron (motion graphics, compositing and VFX ) - Substance Allegorithmic softwares (3D materials) - Occasionally 3D modeling. - Occasionally software development with virtual machines for code testing on multiple platforms. ———— - Video editing wise I am able to handle 1080p like nothing. Currently don't need to do 4k videos (I might in the future) but I am pretty sure it should’t be a problem at all. When exporting things are a bit different and it depends on the timeline, how many layers, effects and so on. More cores would be better, but so far it has been a breeze. I was able to move from 5 layers at 720p to a 5 layer at 1080p and don’t even feel the weight. —— - Graphic design wise I have plenty of headroom for my current workflow. Layered based applications tend to prefer single core speed and the 10900k is spot on. Some project have couple of hunders of layers or are .exr 32 bit multi render passes and it doesn’t even blink. I am sure the GPU will bottleneck at some point but so far no problem. —— - 3D wise It would say its definitely not the best as the GPU is not quite there in terms of performance. It does not really suffer much in Real Time Rendering applications but on some heavy GPU compute tasks it just takes quite a bit and can be easly outperfomed by the CPU. NVIDIA cards would have an upper hand in the majority of cases. Modeling on the other hand, since is mostly done in the viewport without shading, because is handled mostly by the CPU, no problem there. —— In retrospec things I would have done differently/better are: - Check the measurements! (Case - GPU length) and (CPU cooler - Motherboard) are probably the more important. They made me change things a couple of times and lost days. - 64 RAM is a bit much. I am constantly around 15/20GB mark and I thought the more the better but so far I haven’t come even close to the 32GB. I would have probably waited a bit more before buying another stick and use that money for other components. The day that you reach 32GB constantly and its slowing down your work, then go for it. - Graphics card: I would have preferred a NVIDIA card for drivers compatibility. - 970 Evo Pro/Plus m.2 ssd's are insanely fast, so much so that I think that going 1k W/R below what I have right now (3k W/R) would not make much difference but it would save you some money for other stuff. —— Upgrade for the future - Finish the fan setup. - Waiting for the next gen graphics cards. Hoping for RDNA 2 to ramp up the competition and have more support integration. - Having an extra ssd for archive is never a bad choice. - Motherboard has only 1 usb 3 gen.1, but case has 2 so might need a PCIE usb header. - Also motherboard has 2 usb 2 and would like to expand that.
    $2,887.74
    Virgil S
  • The basic one thumbnail

    The basic one The basic one

    It's a very basic and cheap pc. It has everything you need for streaming and playing toons of games in high resolution. Of... It's a very basic and cheap pc. It has everything you need for streaming and playing toons of games in high resolution. Of course, it has its limits but it's useful for almost everything.
    $599.93
    Jorge R
  • White with Rainbows thumbnail

    White with Rainbows White with Rainbows

    I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I... I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I gradually gained money over time and saved up and eventually got the chance to upgrade parts one by one. Here I am now. Thanks to Microcenter for the fact that they literally have literally every computer part in the store. It is exciting every time I walk into there. It is such an amazing place for "geeks" like me honestly. I hope to definitely one day be able to afford a higher end GPU and hopefully make my setup and build look even better with more lighting mainly for the GPU, but at this time I can deal with what I have. Everything seems great, I can do my school work and multitask and game fine. On top of that I can stream well with consistent frames thanks to the new NVENC, but I am pretty sure my 3900x can handle streaming just as well.
    $2,339.36
    Steven P
  • i7 10th Gen thumbnail

    i7 10th Gen i7 10th Gen

    Mainly a gaming rig but I am thinking about getting into streaming with it also. Planning on upgrading the video card when... Mainly a gaming rig but I am thinking about getting into streaming with it also. Planning on upgrading the video card when then new cards are announced
    $1,774.91
    Frankwjr
  • Absolute Zero thumbnail

    Absolute Zero Absolute Zero

    I mainly use it for gaming but I plan on using it also for streaming on twitch.tv/thenamesfrosty. I mainly play Valorant,... I mainly use it for gaming but I plan on using it also for streaming on twitch.tv/thenamesfrosty. I mainly play Valorant, League of Legends, and Minecraft, but with the 2080 super, I plan on playing the latest triple A games on 1440p resolution. I also plan on using the system to work on CAD and work on 3D modeling and printing.
    $1,993.90
    Isiah L
  • Sophia - The first Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower custom loop thumbnail

    Sophia - The first Cooler Master... Sophia - The first Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower custom loop

    It was meant for Gaming, general-purpose, and because there has not one been done yet. It was My first time so I used a kit... It was meant for Gaming, general-purpose, and because there has not one been done yet. It was My first time so I used a kit from EK (EK-Classic Kit S360 D-RGB) for $279.99 (Much cheaper than the comparibale $300+ for a 360 rad custom soft loop kit. Its not perfect, I'm that guy who kept coming in Microcenter asking a whole bunch of questions. It enjoy that store, its my candy store.
    $2,861.90
    Moses.T.A
  • The RGBeast thumbnail

    The RGBeast The RGBeast

    I play many games such as Warzone to Forza. Excuse the cable management and seals, this was built yesterday and still... I play many games such as Warzone to Forza. Excuse the cable management and seals, this was built yesterday and still testing. This was built to replace an 8 year old laptop.
    $940.94
    TechnoRat h
  • Budget Gaming and Streaming thumbnail

    Budget Gaming and Streaming Budget Gaming and Streaming

    I built this for gaming and streaming. I built this for gaming and streaming.
    $982.92
    Dane N
  • Big Rig thumbnail

    Big Rig Big Rig

    Gaming rig. I usually play some VR titles, Rocket League, Destiny 2, Risk of Rain 2, No Man's Sky.The process was pretty... Gaming rig. I usually play some VR titles, Rocket League, Destiny 2, Risk of Rain 2, No Man's Sky. The process was pretty simple. Installed CPU and heatsink into the Mother Board, as well as the ram, then set it down into the case. Bolted everything down then installed all of the other parts. The strip of lights in the case was from a bulk roll of 5050 LEDs that I cut and soldered the connections on to it. One RGB header goes to the LED strip, and the second one goes to the fan controller included with the case so that ASUS Aura sync can control everything. I also run an Oculus Rift S off of this rig, and it's handled everything quite well. This build could benefit from a newer GPU. I'm looking to probably upgrade the CPU to a Ryzen 7 3700x when the 4000 series hits stores and pushes the price down on the 3000s. I chose the AverMedia capture card over the usual ElGato. The AverMedia was on sale, so I got it for a steal, and it's extremely easy to use.
    $1,399.81
    Ravenousl3341
  • Old timer Q9550 on custom loop thumbnail

    Old timer Q9550 on custom loop Old timer Q9550 on custom loop

    Bored really had a entertainment center project with no gpu for an x99 mother board so decided to wake up an old 2009 Acer... Bored really had a entertainment center project with no gpu for an x99 mother board so decided to wake up an old 2009 Acer aspire AX3800 mother board with on board graphic's to play with on a test bench Upgrades, well everything lol Also has been installed in a D450 case too in the beginning but got retired for my x299 build. Pickup a dirt cheap 980ti off ebay works well 980 was in it before being retired so a 980ti is an upgrade but downgrade for x99 so it will stay as is for now.
    $1,685.99
  • First Gaming Build thumbnail

    First Gaming Build First Gaming Build

    I built this pc after saving for a long time. I used to play on PS4 but wanted a better gaming experience. So I started... I built this pc after saving for a long time. I used to play on PS4 but wanted a better gaming experience. So I started saving and had enough for it in march and went to micro center to buy all the parts. everything was very easy to put together. I play competetive FPS games like Fortnite, Rainbow six, Valorant and CSGO. I get 144 FPS easily in all games on ultra settings. I also play games like GTA V and RDR2 which i get around 60 FPS in the open world and 100 FPS in buildings. One thing i would've done different is to of went with AMD over Intel for 6 cores and 12 Threads rather than 6C and 6TH. My upgrade would have to be a I9 9900K because its still a beast processor for gaming and content creation. I would also not have to upgrade my MOBO like i would a 10 series Intel or AMD CPU. Over all it is a very good gaming build not the best for streaming but i get good FPS for competitive games and have had no problems so far.
    $1,114.94
    dom m
  • Midlife Crisis thumbnail

    Midlife Crisis Midlife Crisis

    The exact reasoning behind this build is because of the hardline builds I see in Microcenter on display. I've always loved... The exact reasoning behind this build is because of the hardline builds I see in Microcenter on display. I've always loved the look of a hardline water-cooled system and I decided it's now or never and to overcome my fear of messing up a project like this.
    $5,113.93
    Marchand
  • My First Budget Gaming PC Build thumbnail

    My First Budget Gaming PC Build My First Budget Gaming PC Build

    I made it for gaming at the same time I made it for school and I always used a laptop so this was a huge upgrade for me, I... I made it for gaming at the same time I made it for school and I always used a laptop so this was a huge upgrade for me, I had to get all of the money on my own to build this PC. I love to play Grand Theft Auto Five and other games like Farming Sim and lots of other Sims. I like to maybe upgrade my CPU or my GPU or get new fans if I get the money or sell my pc and then recreate a whole new one with a bigger budget.
    $615.93
    Keith H
  • First Custom Water Cooled Loop in the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic thumbnail

    First Custom Water Cooled Loop in the... First Custom Water Cooled Loop in the Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic

    This is for both gaming and work. I do software development during the day, and then play warzone\overwatch\csgo\etc at... This is for both gaming and work. I do software development during the day, and then play warzone\overwatch\csgo\etc at night. My parts don't necessarily warrant a Liquid cooling setup, but I wanted to get into setting up custom loops before I upgraded. I now have a 2080, but when I built this originally I had a 1060. This system makes it easy to upgrade to better parts and have the same level of great cooling. I have both the 2080 and i7-6700K overclocked now. Temps don't ever get above 60 C on either component. I also have a video of the build process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQeDbYktKqQ&t=2s
    $2,412.78
    xNuRve
  • KTM thumbnail

    KTM KTM

    Gaming Gaming
    $3,169.91
    Magnus Fightmaster